Paola Severino. The former Minister of Justice of the Monti government is the reserve card of the Democratic Party for the Quirinale. In Enrico Letta’s party they know perfectly well that after the rejection of the Zan Bill in the Senate the Silvio Berlusconi hypothesis cannot be ruled out and they also know that Paolo Gentiloni (like anyone coming from the Democratic Party) will never have the numbers. At the same time, with President Sergio Mattarella continuing to exclude the encore, the 5 Stars fear that the Mario Draghi hypothesis at the Quirinale could lead to an early return to the polls. Here is therefore the name of Severino. A woman, a fundamental point, and a technique never enrolled in leftist parties. The only “blemish” is the law that has excluded Berlusconi from active politics for years, but the Dems are convinced that it can be an obstacle that can be overcome.
A woman at the Quirinale? It would certainly be a sign of enormous strength on a cultural level, in a historical period in which there is a lot of talk about equal opportunities, but in practice very little is done.. Not coincidentally, the female names that (at least in this initial phase) have been associated with the position of Head of State are quite few. And, despite the specific value of the people in question, real obstacle courses are outlined for all to reach the goal.
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Liliana Segre, for which the colleagues de Daily fact have opened a support campaign, he would be a personality perfectly suited to the role, but his 91 years are certainly not the best viaticum for the seven-year term. She herself pointed this out in the past and then took up the topic even more recently, when, accepting the Order of Merit conferred on her by Germany, she reiterated that she “felt the full weight of her age”. How to blame her?
The minister Marta Cartabia, also decidedly authoritative, is paying the price for the controversy over the reform of the justice system, a circumstance that makes it particularly disliked by the Five Star Movement, still the largest group in Parliament. Maria Elisabetta Casellati, despite being the second position in the state, she is perceived as too close to Silvio Berlusconi. Emma Bonino instead it has more transversal relationships, but it is not exactly in its moment of greatest popularity.
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